Diego schwartzman continues steadily in Roland Garros. The Peque defeated the Italian Lorenzo Sonego 6-1, 6-3 and 6-4 and got into the quarterfinals of the Grand Slam of Paris, a contest in which he still did not lose any set.
The Argentine tennis player had a great performance from start to finish. In the first set, Schwartzman he stayed with the partial 6-1, with an excellent definition on the net in the closing, with a little luck.
Already in the second set, Diego He continued to be the clear dominator of the encounter. Such is the case, that in the final game of it, El Peque left us the hit of the match: He went online and performed a phenomenal touch of pure quality to break Sonego.
Finally, the Argentine defined the match in the final set, but before he left an implacable right hand to leave his rival standing. The tennis player took a good blow from the bottom to add confidence in the face of the closing of the match.
Finally, Schwartzman won the Italian and qualified for the quarterfinals of Roland Garros, instance in which it will be measured before Dominic Thiem, a great friend who will now become a rival.